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Campus News
6/21/2017 12:41:25 PM
Guy Miles Freed by the California Innocence Project after 18 Years Behind Bars
Guy Miles with his mother Mabel

Guy Miles was released from prison with the help of the California Innocence Project after wrongfully serving more than 18 years behind bars.

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Campus News
5/8/2017 10:09:04 AM
CIP on the Big Screen
Brian Banks speaks with reporters
A film chronicling the story of California Innocence Project exoneree Brian Banks is in the works. Learn More
Alumni News
10/6/2016 9:00:53 AM
California Western Alum Devotes Life to Freeing the Wrongfully Accused
Alissa Bjerkhoel '08 with parents of Kim Long
Look deep into the heart of Alissa Bjerkhoel '08 and you'll find a burning passion for justice and helping the underdog. Over the past decade, she's poured that passion into freeing the wrongfully convicted and it's made her one of the best innocence lawyers in the country. Learn More
Campus News
6/22/2016 8:48:00 AM
New Media Rights Client Releases Documentary on Gun Violence in America
New Media Rights team

Brave New Films, a client of New Media Rights at California Western, has created a powerful, eye-opening documentary entitled Making a Killing. Learn More

Campus News
6/7/2016 1:01:02 PM
Decades-Old Murder Conviction Reversed Due to Work by California Innocence Project
CIP co-founder Jan Stiglitz

William Richards has spent more than two decades behind bars for a crime he didn't commit. Today, he is infinitely closer to becoming a free man—thanks to the tireless efforts of the California Innocence Project at California Western.

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